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Government of Canada recognizes the breaking of racial barriers in the NHL as an event of national historic significance

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The love of hockey, Canada’s national sport, unites Canadians from coast to coast to coast. But while our collective passion for the game brings us all together, the organization of the sport itself has not reflected the Canadian ideals of diversity, equality and multiculturalism.

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The undying holiday-suicide myth

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Some news media stories still inaccurately link suicide with the holiday season Newswise — PHILADELPHIA – The holiday-suicide myth, the false claim that the suicide rate rises during the year-end holiday season, persisted in some news coverage through the 2021-22 holidays, according to U.S. media data collected and analyzed by the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) of the University of Pennsylvania. In…

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Mark Nutsch, Horse Soldier Team and 9/11 Monument Dedication.

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TAMPA, Fla. /PRNewswire/ — Mark Nutsch, Horse Soldier Team and 9/11 Monument Dedication will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 19 on the courthouse lawn in downtown Washington, Kansas. The monument recognizes the work of Washington County native Mark Nutsch. Special guests and veterans from the Horse Soldier team, mission participants and several Kansas dignitaries will be in attendance.  The 9/11 memorial has been placed to the east of the Horse Soldier…

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MONTRÉAL GIRLS celebrates a big night at The Los Angeles International Film Festival

The film, helmed by Québec filmmaker Patricia Chica wins the Best Feature Award.  From L. to R.: David Brulotte (Delegate General of Western United … MONTRÉAL GIRLS celebrates a big night at The Los Angeles International Film Festival To read more of this article, follow the link… https://stmdailynews.com/montreal-girls-celebrates-a-big-night-at-the-los-angeles-international-film-festival/

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